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CYS has touched up service with new course

CLARE Youth Service is offering young people the opportunity to put the best face on things with its new online course.
The service in conjunction with the Creative Youth Partnership, is offering a new online make-up course for young people aged 15-17, starting Tuesday, September 14 and running for six weeks.
This is an opportunity for young people who might be interested in make-up artistry as a career to gain some experience and meet some new people.
Through Zoom, young people will meet a qualified LCETB make-up tutor, who will take them through a different aspect of make-up application and skin care each week.
This is also a chance to take part in the wide range of online activities which Clare Youth Service has been offering.
Young People will log on through Zoom, with permission from an adult/parent, starting Tuesday at 6pm until 7.30pm.
Each young person will be given a pack in advance to ensure they have all they need to take part in the programme.
Clare Youth Service at the Junction Manager, Jean O’Keeffe, sees the programme as another element of the organisation’s work in building morale during a difficult time,
“We’ve been providing a wide variety of activity online to keep young people in contact with each other and with learning opportunities and all of these are designed to build communication, resilience and morale.”
This is very popular course with one past participant commenting, “I really enjoyed learning new ways of applying make-up, developing new ideas and getting to become more creative with make-up.
“I enjoyed the chats in this course and now feel like I have a better understanding of make-up.”
Spaces on this programme are limited so get in contact early to secure your place. For further information, contact Helena Slattery on 085-8047580 or e-mail hi@clareyouthservice.org.

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